The Museum of Macedonian Struggle has perhaps the richest of all collections of relics and documents from the period of the Macedonian Struggle. Some of these items form part of the Museum’s permanent collection, while others remain in the Research Centre for Macedonian History and Documentation or in store for use after the reconfiguration of the Museum’s exhibition space.
The collections of the Museum of Macedonian Struggle (wholly renovated in 2009) are on show in seven halls on the ground floor and they are arranged by date and subject.
Guided tours are available every day, free of charge. These tours provide an introduction to a little known but ideologically weighted chapter of Greek and Balkan history in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and give visitors an insight into the Thessaloniki of that period.